LSAT Prep Course Options in Muncie
Undergraduates at Ball State and residents of Muncie have two great options for LSAT prep. TestMasters holds live LSAT courses in Indianapolis and also offers an online version of the course taught by Robin Singh, the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores. Join the hundreds of thousands of students who have achieved amazing score increases with TestMasters!
Indianapolis LSAT Course Schedules
|Our 2020 Indianapolis LSAT course schedules will be posted later this year|
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Online LSAT Course Schedules
|LSAT Date||Available Starting|
|October 28, 2019||Now|
|November 25, 2019||Now|
|January 13, 2020||Now early start!|
|February 22, 2020||October 23, 2019 early start!|
|March 30, 2020||December 4, 2019 early start!|
|April 25, 2020||January 3, 2020 early start!|
TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews
|Ben Shiroma | USC||Before TestMasters 167||After TestMasters 176|
“I had the privilege of taking the TestMasters LSAT prep course both online and in person at the Downtown LA location. My instructor Daniel was knowledgeable, friendly, and a great guide on what could have been a very stressful process. The techniques we learned in class proved to be invaluable both while preparing for and taking the LSAT. Furthermore the class itself provided a semi-rigid framework that assisted me in sticking to my personal study schedule.
I scored a 167 on the first diagnostic LSAT I took and a 176 on the December 2014 LSAT administration. TestMasters definitely played a role in this increase and I would recommend the course to anyone who is serious about improving their LSAT score.”
|Matthew Nemeth | University of Chicago||Before TestMasters 163||After TestMasters 173|
“TestMasters is definitely the way to go for anyone who wants to conquer the LSAT. As long as you put in the time and effort, TestMasters will show you exactly what you need to do to get the score you want. Between my great instructor and the much better strategies that TestMasters teaches, I was able to get the score I had only dreamed about. Especially helpful for me was the much more holistic approach that TestMasters takes for the Reading Comprehension section. Reading comp had always been a problem for me, but with the techniques TestMasters taught, I was able to significantly raise my score in this section and ultimately on my overall score. I only wish I had known how good TestMasters was when I started studying for the LSAT the first time. Thank you, TestMasters, for helping me realize my potential.”
|Aryeh Mellman | WUSTL||Before TestMasters 158||After TestMasters 171|
“TestMasters ensured that I faced no surprises on test day. The course contains a multitude of practice tests, which are helpful for practice, and for simulating the conditions of such a lengthy test, which it is helpful to be mentally prepared for. The videos in the online course were helpful in that they allowed me to go at my own pace, and also return to concepts that I found difficult to grasp the first time. Watching each video three or four times helped me get a firm grasp on each concept before then applying it myself. By understanding the approach to take for each question type, and practicing, practicing, practicing, I (with the help of TestMasters) improved from a 158 on my first diagnostic test to a 171 on the actual LSAT.”
|Benjamin Steiner | Kenyon College||Before TestMasters 156||After TestMasters 167|
“I dont think I really knew what I was getting into until the logic games section of my first diagnostic—Id been doodling for a solid ten minutes when time was called. But with help, the LSAT is a test that can be beaten, and TestMasters is in my experience the best place you can go to get from doodling to getting the score you want.
TestMasters breaks down the test in a way that first makes it approachable, then attackable. The strategies are excellent and excellently communicated, and the online resource center is great at providing explanations to missed questions.
One of the best things you can say about a program is that youd do again if you could do it over, and thinking back to where I was on day one, that would be a no-brainer.”